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Getty Images, photo by Scott Barbour

Chinese Scientists Grow Teeth From Human Urine

The first question you’re going to ask, ‘but, will they be yellow’? The answer is no! Here’s why you’ll ask that question. Scientists in China have grown teeth from stem cells taken from human urine. With many scientists around the world looking for ways to grow teeth to replace lost ones, Chinese scientists say it’s not a conventional source, but it seems to be working.

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Getty Images, photo by Andreas Rentz
Getty Images, photo by Andreas Rentz

Scientists Discover New Virus They Believe is From Mars

Scientists have discovered a new type of virus, the biggest they have ever seen, and it is 10 to hundreds of times bigger than any other known virus. Pandoraviruses are unlike any known virus because 93 percent of the genes don’t match any other virus known to man.

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Getty Images, photo by Time Life Pictures
Getty Images, photo by Time Life Pictures

Woman From England Finds Maggots in Her Ear

Rochelle Harris had visited South America, specifically Peru, with her boyfriend, and when she returned home to England some strange things seemed to be happening to her. She developed sharp pains on one side of her face and she began to hear scratching noises in her head. When she woke up one morning and found blood on her pillow, it was off to the hospital.

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Getty Images, Photo by Keystone
Getty Images, Photo by Keystone

Dogs are Watching More T.V. Because of Flat Screen Televisions

There are T.V. channels starting that are made for dogs to watch with programming specifically made for K-9’s. This has nothing to do with the new channels, but dogs are watching more T.V. The thing that is making a dog stare at the screen more has to do with the way a dog’s eye works and the recent advancement of flat screen T.V’s.

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Getty Images Photo

Cassini Space Probe to Photograph Earth From Saturn

The Cassini space probe was launched in 1997 with its mission to enter the orbit of Saturn and study the planet's rings. Cassini arrived at its destination in 2004 and has been studying the planet since. This Friday, July 19, at 5:27 p.m. EDT, the space probe will take a picture of Earth from its vantage point 898 million miles away.

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Getty Images, photo by NASA
Getty Images, photo by NASA

Two House Democrats Want to Make a National Park on the Moon

Two State Representatives, Eddie Bernice Johnson, the ranking Democrat on the House Committee on Space, Science and Technology, and Donna Edwards the top Democrat on the House Subcommittee on Space, filed a bill this week to make a National Park on the moon.

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Luna Moth
Photo by Sharon Buck

Have You Seen A Luna Moth This Year Yet?

Chad's band, Cold Blue Steel had just finished playing at the Waterford Fairgrounds Saturday night and we were all talking about things when a moth started flying around us. I had mentioned the only Luna Moth I had seen this year was one someone had run over in a gas station parking lot.

I thought that would, unfortunately, be the only one I see this year.

But I was wrong!

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Getty Images, photo by NASA
Getty Images, photo by NASA

First Communications Satellite in Operation June, 1965

There are many upon many satellites circling the globe these days but it was June 28, 1965 that the first commercial communications satellite went into operation. It was called Early Bird and was built for the Communications Satellite Corporation or COMSAT and was launched on April 6, 2965.

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Getty Images, photo by Cameron Spencer
Getty Images, photo by Cameron Spencer

Moon Closest to Earth This Weekend, Called Super Moon

It’s called a Super Moon, and it happens on Saturday, June 22 and Sunday June 23. The moon will appear bigger and brighter than any other time during the year. The reason is the moon will closer to Earth than normal. The astronomers' name for it is perigee full moon but the term super moon first came about March 19, 2011, and since it’s has been used a lot.

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SNAKE
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Giant Snake Opens Door!

I don't mind the garden snakes in my woodpile or curled up alongside the flower garden. In fact, Brad and Anderson caught a good one yesterday! That's my boys!

BUT THIS FREAKS ME OUT!!!

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